Heroes

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  1. Roger

    “…police seem to have lost control of this pack.”

    Citizens protesting peacefully now becomes a “pack” (of animals?) whom police should be “controlling”.

    Listen lady, this is Australia, not some corrupt 3rd world police state.

    Not yet, anyway.

  2. Professor Fred Lenin

    Is that a BLM (bolshevik leninist marxist ) or antifa fascist thugs march ? Surely they are not against the Beloved Dandemic Dan ? It cant be can it ?

  3. twostix

    Twitter comments show there’s an incredible all-in Jonestown style movement that’s sprung up in the Victorian lock-down compound.

    Eerie.

  4. Siltstone

    Good to see the age profile of the participants. “Let Victoria Work” tee shirts well represented. Jim Penman of Jim’s mowing has been a stand out in the otherwise shy world of business.

  5. twostix

    E.g:

    Not from the air. This is a small group of nut jobs who care very little for the well being of others. 10-20% people are long haulers or have organ damage, including people with mild versions, according to UK data. These are young and healthy people. No-one is invulnerable.

    Imagine believing this.

    A significant percentage of people want to believe this is an apocalypse in the making.

  6. iamok

    Heard on the radio today about 100 people protest in Melbourne. Ha.

  7. Econocrat

    Showing up the Vichy Victorians.

  8. Lee

    The Channel Nine Melbourne news tonight typically and unsurprisingly took a partisan stance against the protestors.
    Nine is just one of the Dictator Dan/police state MSM toadies.

  9. thefrollickingmole

    twostix

    Nonsense, this is the modern Plague of Justinian revisited!

  10. C.L.

    Good to see the good old Red Ensign being carried.
    Australia’s first national flag (for all intents and purposes).

    Not sure that I approve of it being upside down, though.

  11. Mark M

    Nice.

    Make Dan arrest everyone in Victoria and lock them up, or down … oh … wait … they already are, and have done nothing wrong … well,except for voting for Dan.
    But then again, why vote for greenlaboUr lite disguised as wet cino UN sock puppets who call themselves conservative.

  12. Chris M

    police seem to have lost control of this pack

    Actually the Vik citizens have lost control of the police. And that’s a much more serious issue, they are quite literally acting as a large crime gang on multiple fronts. Vikstasi.

  13. Diogenes

    Not sure that I approve of it being upside down, though.

    Although the flag act says not to fly it upside down, this is a generally accepted signal for being in distress

  14. Rabbi Putin

    By my reckoning it was about 2000-3000. Some say a few hundred, some say 5000. Considering the stigma against even going outside, it was a great effort.

  15. Roger

    Although the flag act says not to fly it upside down, this is a generally accepted signal for being in distress

    Not officially allowed, but that it is.

  16. Roger

    Actually the Vik citizens have lost control of the police. And that’s a much more serious issue, they are quite literally acting as a large crime gang on multiple fronts.

    Good point, Chris.

  17. Leigh Lowe

    The tide is turning.
    A huge number of people who would otherwise be ultra-conservative and totally all-in for law and order are now openly expressing their disgust at VikPlod.

  18. Dot

    Not from the air. This is a small group of nut jobs who care very little for the well being of others. 10-20% people are long haulers or have organ damage, including people with mild versions, according to UK data. These are young and healthy people. No-one is invulnerable.

    munter I presume.

    Fucking sad.

  19. nb

    Siltstone, #3630185: ‘Jim Penman of Jim’s mowing has been a stand out in the otherwise shy world of business.’
    Yep. Great guy.

  20. Bela Bartok

    And yet if you’re a Marxist filth pack you’re in a peaceful march.
    MSM reporting contradicts our lying eyes!

  21. Nob

    Rather more Diversity on display than the state-sanctioned BLM marches.

  22. Rob MW

    With the aged care facilities in Vic pretty much empty, it’s about time the gulag inmates enjoyed a bit of sunshine. Won’t be long now for Dan’s balls to be put on a wanted/reward poster.

  23. Ladyredneck

    Roger
    #3630176, posted on October 23, 2020 at 5:39 pm
    “…police seem to have lost control of this pack.”

    Citizens protesting peacefully now becomes a “pack” (of animals?) whom police should be “controlling”.

    Listen lady, this is Australia, not some corrupt 3rd world police state.

    Not yet, anyway.

    And a “rowdy group of protesters” also. I mean c’mon man! what group of protesters is quiet? But I think I have to disagree with Roger, we are in a corrupt 3rd world police state. I was there, travelled three hours to be there. It was exhilarating but frightening. Great to see so many, thousands not hundreds, of people in their twenties through to advanced ages who are unafraid enough and educated (real world education not edumacation) enough to join in. The loudest chant was NO MORE FEAR. It was even louder than SACK DAN.

    The police theatrics was just that. Carefully choreographed. They mostly ignored the maskless, but picked on the most photogenic victims, fathers with young children or elderly men with walking sticks. The farce was most obvious when the protest organisers started moving onward towards Parliament House. That was the moment that the commander took up his megaphone to order the crowd to move on as we were breaching CHO orders. Not while speeches happened not before proceedings, but AFTER and when the crowd was already leaving. The crowd universally jeered then, it was plainly ridiculous.

    I dont know what this is all about, but we are being played for fools.

  24. cuckoo

    DAN-TV, otherwise known as Channel Nine, headlined their report PROTEST DISGRACE.

  25. H B Bear

    This is really the last option when democracy has ceased to work. VicPlod is now just the enforcement arm of a dysfunctional government. Parliament just a powerless, irreverent institution. Normally seen on the 6 o’clock news in Africa or Pakistan, this is now Australia, well Victoriastan.

  26. old bloke

    C.L.
    #3630261, posted on October 23, 2020 at 6:43 pm

    Good to see the good old Red Ensign being carried.
    Australia’s first national flag (for all intents and purposes).

    Not sure that I approve of it being upside down, though.

    Not so CL, our original national flag had a six pointed Federation Star for the six states (see here.)

    The six pointed star was changed some years later for the seven pointed star, ostensibly to allow a seventh state to enter the Federation (NZ?), but after more than 100 years we still have only six states.

    I suspect that the original flag was changed due to anti-Semitism, the six pointed star is the Magen David, and our betters and superiors didn’t want it on our flag.

    I like the old flag, it shows the Union Jack (the Union of Jacob or the House of Israel) together with the Magen David representing the House of [email protected], in north-south alignment, both under the Southern Cross. This is the flag for Sinim, the great southern land mentioned in Isaiah 49:12.

    On the subject of flags, it’s interesting to note that the flags of most of the Israelite nations (Israel, western Europe, Scandinavia, UK, northern America, NZ and Oz) predominately have two or three combinations of the red, white & blue. These are the colours of the old Tabernacle which was in the centre of the cross which formed the encampment of the Israelites during the Exodus. For forty years, these people would leave their tents in the morning, and the first thing they would have seen were these three colours billowing in the desert breeze in the centre of their camp.

  27. Simon Morgan

    Wow – even the Melbourne Syndrome set have had enough of you Dan? If nothing else, Dear Leader, you will go down as the most hated Premier of all time.

    I would be checking for available bolt holes in Beijing if I were you. What happened to the Ceaușescu’s comes to mind.

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